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Jan. 6, 2024, 6:30 p.m.
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Inauguration of Ayodhya's Ram Temple and the Sacred Pran Pratishtha Ceremony

The inauguration of the Ayodhya Ram Temple, scheduled for January 22, 2024, marks a historic and momentous occasion, especially for followers of Lord Shri Ram and those who adhere to the Sanatani tradition. This article aims to delve into the intricate details of the Pran Pratishtha ceremony, a pivotal ritual in this grand event.

The ceremony will commence with a significant ritual involving Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Adhering to the beliefs enshrined in Hindu Scriptures, PM Modi is expected to visit the shrine of Lord Hanuman before initiating the Pran Pratishtha. This act symbolizes seeking permission from Lord Hanuman, revered as an immortal figure in Hinduism and the legendary ruler of Ayodhya after Lord Shri Ram’s ascension. This step is seen as a respectful acknowledgment of Lord Hanuman’s eternal guardianship of the city.

The main event, set for January 22, will be led by PM Modi along with Pandit Laxmikant Dixit and 121 Vedic Brahmins from various parts of India. This ceremony, falling under the auspicious Sanjeevani Yoga, will see the idol of Lord Shri Ram installed during the specially chosen Abhijeet Muhurat, between 12:20 PM and 12:30 PM. Following the installation, PM Modi will conduct the first Aarti, a moment of profound religious significance.

The Schedule Leading up to the Main Event is as Follows:

January 16, 2024: The celebration begins with the sailing of the Saryu River and a city tour with the idol.
January 17, 2024: The Pran Pratishtha ceremony starts with worship dedicated to Lord Ganesha.
January 18, 2024: Rituals including Mandap entry puja, Vastu puja, and Varun puja are performed, marking the commencement of life consecration processes.
January 19, 2024: Preparation of the Yagya fire pit at the Ram Temple, with the fire being lit through Vedic mantras and rituals.
January 20, 2024: The sanctum sanctorum of the Ram Temple is sanctified with 81 Kalash, filled with water from various rivers, alongside Vastu peace rituals.
January 21, 2024: Ritual bathing of Ram Lala and conducting of the Yagya.


The final day, January 22, will witness the culmination of these sacred ceremonies under the Mrigashira Nakshatra, a time eagerly awaited by countless devotees eager to witness the consecration of Ram Lala. This entire event not only marks a religious milestone but also symbolizes a unifying moment for devotees and the broader community, reflecting the deep spiritual and cultural heritage of India.



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